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Feb 11, 2013 7:00am PST
could be something you wear on your wrist. cnbc's mandy drury is here with what's moving your money. like a dick tracy watch? >> absolutely. the word is apple is experimenting with designs for a watch-like device that would perform some functions of a smartphone. of course, other companies have introduced various kinds of wearable gage either, you may even have one while you're jogging that measures physical activity, but you have to make that extra leap. it could be quite difficult, because you have to address all kinds of challenges like making the displays more power efficient, and obviously the device would also need to work closely with the iphone as well. >>> all right. only a few more days until valentine's day. cupid is about to give the economy a shot in the arm. >> guess how much the average person is planning to spend this valentine's day? ivities i actually know the answer, but i would have guessed like, what, $50, $60? >> according to big insight, over $130. i was surprised, too. that was on everything, candy, cards, gifts, i don't know, romantic evening out? it is only
MSNBC
Feb 22, 2013 7:00am PST
. >>> the payroll tax and higher gas prices are taking a big chunk out of spending. cnbc's mandy drury is here with what's moving your money. "the wall street journal" reports that worried companies are scrambling to meet changing demand. >> yeah. you're absolutely right, chris. lots of retailers in fact are really trying to adjust to this brave new world if you like. we've got consumers like us. we've all got smaller pay checks right? the 2% payroll tax hike. i think hurts a household with $65,000 in annual income about $1,300 this year. so that's real money. we've got gasoline prices which have jumped nearly 50 cents a gallon in the past month alone. so you've got companies like walmart stocking more of its shelves with cheaper products and smaller sized packages of everything from toilet paper to snacks to diapers you name it, daily necessities. also burger king is cutting its whopper junior sandwich to $1.29 from about $2 and focusing its ads on its value menu items rather than higher priced salads or smoothies and also kraft and meat supplier tyson foods introducing more lower priced prod
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